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A Linux Machine For Your Collar

timothy posted more than 10 years ago | from the eudaemonic-pie dept.

Hardware 318

MadSaxon writes "gumstix.org has a brief but titillating description of a very small Linux machine based on the PXA255: 20 x 80 mm, '64MB SDRAM, 4MB Flash, MMC/SD/SDIO slot, and power management. It takes 3.6V - 5.0V power, and has been drawing under 200 mA.' It weighs less than 12g sans battery, and 'can fit in a collar undetected.' Is collar-top computing the Next Big Thing?"

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omgomgomgomgomg (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113874)

fuck me or what ?
second time today ?
whohooooo !

Laundry advice? (5, Funny)

ackthpt (218170) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113877)

So, if your collar is wired, do you dry clean?

You've got token ring around the collar!

Re:Laundry advice? (3, Funny)

Jeremiah Cornelius (137) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113962)

I think it a poor description. The people who'd be interested in something like this rarely wear anything but T-shirts...

Unless they mean a collar with a buckle and a D-ring...

...AND A LOCK! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114139)

If the collar's not lockable, it's not a proper collar. A full stainless steel ring would be even better. Check out www.tollyboy.com

/. FAILS again to list $$ cost of cool gadgets (-1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113996)

just put the up front cost of these cool gadgets in the /. post or at least 'no pricing details available'.

A tiny usable computer like this one is only really cool if it can be purchased or built.

Re:Laundry advice? (0, Flamebait)

lucas.clemente (703958) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114099)

Gimme a break. No specs, No details, no video of it in action, its fake people.

Re:Laundry advice? (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114180)

Linux [uri.edu]

Bash [wackypackages.org] ...should both be compatible.

TEENS4CHRIST REPRESENTS (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113878)

Our new brain is explosive

Watch how the liberals run (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114059)

The good old bastion of leftwing propaganda [bbc.co.uk] (thinly disguised as a news corporation) is taking it up the arse right now.

The chairman has resigned and heads are expected to roll. What a pleasure to watch how the bleeding-heart liberal socialists run when their lies have been uncovered.

This (0, Troll)

deliciousmonster (712224) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113879)

Rhymes with "betarded"

Re:This (2, Funny)

WIAKywbfatw (307557) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113967)

How is this letarded? It seems quiet clever to me... Oh, wait, you meant the other rhyme...

Re:This (3, Funny)

Thud457 (234763) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114049)

Q:What's the limiting factor for pocket computers?

A:The size of your pockets!

Re:This (1)

yiantsbro (550957) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114057)

No, just because it isn't a final product doesn't mean it has been 'discarded' already. Damn, you must be retarded.

Ninnle Linux? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113884)

Does Ninnle Linux run on my collar?

Developers love toast! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113893)

toaster,toaster toaser, do you have toast in you yet i think [rowdyruff.net]
so!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Im not a toaster!!!!!!!!!!And one more
thing........YOUR A TOASER!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND A COOKIE WITH MILK SOAGE
MILK!!!!!!!!!!AND A BUTT WITH POOP IN IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What Distro ? (4, Funny)

SpanishInquisition (127269) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113899)

Red Neck Hat?

Re:What Distro ? (2, Funny)

ackthpt (218170) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113999)

Red Neck Hat?

Memo to the PHB: We need to downsize, again. If the fire sprinklers go off in the cube farm, how many staff will be electocuted?

Re:What Distro ? (3, Funny)

ajrs (186276) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114034)

Black Tie Linux. Black Tie is an elegant distro based on Debian, but its users tend to be exclusive.

Re:What Distro ? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114100)

You know you're a geek who has been reading too much S&M fiction when a story title like this turns you on.

Posted as Anon for my own safety.

what about the laundry challenge (1)

ItalianScallion (145653) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113906)

to get rid of sonnet ring around the collar?

YOU FAILED IT (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113995)

Actually it's SONET. An tech acronym, not a Shakespearean poetic delivery.

Dumbass.

my goodness (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113911)

if it's bluetooth capable, it takes new meaning to being a blue collar professional. ;-)

Re:my goodness (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113975)

Cracking thus becomes blue-collar crime. About time. The emphasis lately on white-collar crime has been positively racist.

Personally... (-1, Redundant)

dildatron (611498) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113912)

Personally, I don't think I would like a computer in my collar. I would rather have it in my armpit or my ass crack, if at all possible.

Re:Personally... (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113959)

I think you've already got one, given that you've got an original `as fucked as a yank in vietnam` brand vibrator up your ass.

Wearable Linux (4, Funny)

CaptainAlbert (162776) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113914)

I'm sure there's a "Slacksware" joke in here somewhere, but I'm not quite awake enough to make it. :)

Re:Wearable Linux (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114012)

Excuse me, but is that Linux in your pocket...?

Re:Wearable Linux (5, Funny)

hardcode57 (734460) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114112)

I think you mean 'is that a gnu in your pocket?'

Re:Wearable Linux (1)

JRSiebz (691639) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114076)

i think you meant "Neckware" :-D

Collar? (2, Insightful)

Dyolf Knip (165446) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113915)

Ok.. why? I mean is there something about being in a collar that being in a pocket or a belt buckle can't do?

Re:Collar? (1)

gt384u (560599) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114005)

Last I checked, you do most of your communication and perception through your head. While I'm sure that lots of very low power nifty stuff with regards to effective, cheap wireless eyepieces and earpieces will come out at some point, I imagine that putting it in your collar would require running wires/rf signals over much shorter distances. Plus, it's PRIME untapped body real estate! Everybody knows that your pockets are already filled with crap and who has time to wear a belt these days?

Well yes actually think about it. (5, Interesting)

SmallFurryCreature (593017) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114023)

You keep your neck undented. Things in my pocket have to survive me bending over and such. The connectors on portable players always get damaged because of that. Same with the antenna's on old phones. Add to it your keys, loose change and handkerchief and you got a hostile enviroment.

Belt? Even worse in many ways. In a working enviroment things tend to snag. And if you are crawling around after wires this is not nice.

So yeah the collar would be an intresting spot. A safe place on the body. How often do you bump your hips into something and how often your throath?

Of course the original reference was humorous intended but I just dislike it when people automatically snub an idea just because they refuse to think for a second about a new possibilty.

Re:Collar? (1)

Dav3K (618318) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114161)

Two words, buddy:

Electroshock Therapy

Management (4, Funny)

petabyte (238821) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113917)

I see management giving all their employee's one of these. Well, right after the little shock module is released for it.

"Slashdoting again?!" ... *ZAP*

Re:Management (1, Offtopic)

nizo (81281) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114052)

Actually I keep waiting for the opposite to be released. I think it was a NOVA episode that had this little rat pressing a bar, which would in turn stimulate the pleasure center in his brain (needless to say, the rat was a little white blur as he pressed that bar, even forgoing eating if I recall correctly. Think one long continual orgasm). Anyway, I keep waiting for some company to release something like this for people. The upside would be things like exercise could be made to be lots more fun, but I suppose that people sitting in their chairs at home pressing a button until they starve to death might keep something like this from making it past the FDA.

FDA have *no* say (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114145)

but I suppose that people sitting in their chairs at home pressing a button until they starve to death might keep something like this from making it past the FDA.

I do believe the crack industry get by, without the blessing of the FDA.

What about my brain? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113919)

It does weigh less, just 0 grams and no need for batteries, it r0x!

Re:What about my brain? (1, Funny)

dtl (670833) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114135)

You mean it does 'way less' don't you...

Ohh sexy jewelry :o) (1)

kyknos.org (643709) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113920)

I want this one in silver for my girlfriend :o)

Re:Ohh sexy jewelry :o) (3, Funny)

paranode (671698) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113970)

I want this one in silver for my girlfriend

I believe you are referring to Mrs. R. Hand?

Yes we are all quite familiar with her, I don't think she cares for jewelry.

Re:Ohh sexy jewelry :o) (2, Funny)

Sexy Bern (596779) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114181)

Oh, I don't know. I heard she likes a pearl necklace...

Could be Perl necklace in this context though

Re:Ohh sexy jewelry :o) (1)

KrancHammer (416371) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113982)


So, a bracelet then... or perhaps a ring?
j/k

Neat item (4, Interesting)

grub (11606) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113927)


So many possibilties:

Link to these lie-detector glasses [slashdot.org] for better detection.

Card counting in Vegas.

Covert recording of conversations (low bitrate MP3?)

The chicks. Well.. maybe not the chicks..

Anyhow, this is moot. I can't recall the last time I wore a shirt with a collar.. :)

Re:Neat item (1)

KDan (90353) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114024)

The chicks. Well.. maybe not the chicks.

Maybe a random chat-up line picker software? Or even a small AI if you're just that thick..!

Daniel

Re:Neat item (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114122)

Finally, a use for Perl's Bone::Easy [cpan.org] module.

What kind of collar? (1)

Gordonjcp (186804) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113928)

Is this like a shirt collar, or a big studded leather gothy/BSDM kind of collar?

Re:What kind of collar? (4, Funny)

sTalking_Goat (670565) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114067)

or a big studded leather gothy/BSDM kind of collar?

"Slave you've been bad. Do you know what happens to bad boys?!"

"No Mistress, but wait let me google it..."

The problem is... (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113929)

that Linux doesn't even support USB. Why use it for this ?

Well (0, Troll)

paranode (671698) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113931)

Is collar-top computing the Next Big Thing?

Does Linux have SCO IP in it? ;)

putting it all together (1)

tazanator (681948) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113934)

we get collor computers that use the water from washing to recharge the fuel cell battery and and ear clip/gps reciever ... MAN i NEED THIS for my dog! I'd never lose him!

Re:putting it all together (1)

tazanator (681948) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113974)

and the \. line .... I lost my dog you insesitive clod!!!!

Yes. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113935)

Collar computing? Sounds scary. What if it shocks you? The neck is the most important part of the body. Or, first it might become ubiquitous, like Linux PCs, then they'll become mandatory, and then they'll be used for tracking purposes. These are the kinds of things with up which we shall not put! Instead of trying this technology out, let's keep it on the safe side and never use it.

Big thing ? (1)

Aliencow (653119) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113936)

Well if this could be the next big thing...it won't fit under a collar anymore! /obvious

Woof (0)

vaccum pony (721932) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113938)

Does this mean I can walk my dog from my computer?

Could be illegal in Texas... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113940)

All you'd have to do is encase it in silicone and you'd have a computer could be worn even less detectably. "Plug compatible", anyone? Imagine the jokes: - Not just I/O, but I/Ohhhhhh! - "Is that an ARM in your pocket, or are you happy to see me?"

Battery? (1)

sik0fewl (561285) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113942)

It weighs less than 12g sans battery, and 'can fit in a collar undetected.'

Of course it requires a 12 volt car battery. Imagine wearing that around your neck.

Can this interface with SPOT technology? (1)

hawks5999 (588198) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113946)

micro-SAMBA?

A LINUX MACHINE FOR MY GIRLFRIEND'S SOFT LABIA? (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113948)



She will love to open up for open source.

And I will love to hear her from the other room.

I can't resist... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113950)

How about a beo... eh, nevermind.

Can i? (1)

ArsonSmith (13997) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113953)

Am I allowed to imagine a beowulf cluster of these? The first beowulf pda?

Re:Can i? (0)

millahtime (710421) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114015)

SO, could my closet be a boewolf cluster??? Imagine the power in that.

Re:Can i? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114118)

you don't have to imagine actually, it'd look kinda like a tie-rack

I know what's the next big thing... (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113955)

... it's in my pants

Why not wireless? (5, Interesting)

Sean80 (567340) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113957)

It has always struck me that putting more and more power close to people is the wrong way to go. Instead, why not make these machines effectively a "dumb terminal" and hook it in the Internet through a wireless connection, where it would interact with web services? Then, you can have a supercomputer on your side, and you wouldn't even know it.

But, I guess that goes against the post. My other thought is the social stigma associated with these things. I still get people telling me in an embarassed tone of voice that they can't remember my number any more without their cell phone handy. I see these things being huge in the area of 'intelligence augmentation' and 'external memories', if only people could accept that learning things rote is no longer something we actually have to do any more.

Re:Why not wireless? (1)

Kenja (541830) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114042)

It has SDIO. What more do you want? Stick a 802.11 or bluetooth card in there and your ready to go.

under the collar? (5, Insightful)

nizo (81281) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113958)

Ok great the computer fits under my collar, but does it have a jack to plug right into my brain? Or must I wear those uber-geeky display glasses with a one handed keyboard to use it, which would seem to defeat the purpose of yet another ultra small computer. It seems we need to work on the interface for wearables more than anything.

Is collar-top computing the Next Big Thing?" (1)

Yo Grark (465041) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113965)

No, but slashdot editors stretching for witty responses is.

Sorry guys, why does everything have to be the Next big thing? Why not just hail it as a fantasitic step forward?

Yo Grark

Re: Is collar-top computing the Next Big Thing?" (1)

proj_2501 (78149) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114125)

slashdot desperately wants to be taken seriously as journalism.

thusly, they need serious sensationalism.

hmmm (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113966)

"Is collar-top computing the Next Big Thing?"

no

Great! (1)

gid13 (620803) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113968)

How many gigs is the hard drive? :D

Re:Great! (1)

hattig (47930) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114063)

Hmmm, if they use one of Toshiba's new 0.85" hard drives on it ... a gig or so.

How fast does the PXA255 on this device run? I wonder how many pages/e-mails/etc a second it could serve ...

Bugs need to be ironed out. (5, Funny)

Traicovn (226034) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113969)

I still have some (pretty straight-forward) bugs to be ironed out but a few other friends are now diving into these.

Best to iron these out without the device still in the shirt collar. Medium starch.

looks good ... but... (4, Interesting)

torpor (458) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113981)

... i dunno that i'd be all 'collar' about it.

i'd definitely wear one of these in my leather jacket, though.

seems like it would be a good fit for 'seams', and i can think of a million uses for linux-enabled clothes, really ... especially if i can put an 802.11g-friendly antennae thread somewhere.

combine it with todays 'bendy LCD' materials, and we could, finally, be rid of the package-gadget dilemna forever. (clothes become computing devices.)

"hi, i'm home, its me, this is my pgp key, turn on the lights and wake up the studio ..."

"constant-slashdot feed, on my collar lcd..."

"location-based websites" - now, here is an idea whose time has come: an internet based entirely on -physical- proximity.

who knows, maybe devices like this could save the music industry. if my clothes walked away with legit .mp3s' of the concert i just attended, i'd attend more concerts.

Re:looks good ... but... (1)

sTalking_Goat (670565) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114138)

an internet based entirely on -physical- proximity.

LOL. you're joking right? We've done this already. They're called billboards.

This is cute...if it's for real. (1)

MsGeek (162936) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113983)

I would actually be interested in this...that is, unless this is a hoax. If someone is prepared to market this, please let me know. An open-source chibi 'puter would be nice.

cluster (1, Redundant)

millahtime (710421) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113986)

So, with wireless... could a bunch of people standing in line be a beowolf cluster.

size in imperial units (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113990)

20 x 80 mm = 0.004 x 0.016 rods

How About a Watch? (2, Interesting)

Cpt_Kirks (37296) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113991)

Put this in a watch and I will buy one.

I've been looking for a geeky watch. The IBM Linux watch doesn't look like it is ever going to come out.

Add a tiny color touch screen, some buttons and a tiny speaker/mic.

The SD slot has lots of possibilities (I mean other than "wrist pr0n").

Probably not (1)

mark_space2001 (570644) | more than 10 years ago | (#8113992)

Well, um, really, why would it be the next big thing? Technology has had the ability to produce very small exlectronics some time now, do you see a huge demand for them?

This device sounds about as big as an iPod, except that the iPod has a 4G. Now there's a cool device. Small, single function, useful, stylish and has the infrastructure support (iTunes) to make it a commercial success. (And the mini comes with a wrist strap so you can wear it while jogging. Hello, wearable.)

If you as me, this device is a "gee-whiz" technology demo for it's maker. If you have a great idea what to do with the technology, go for it. But by itself it's not going to do much.

Danger... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8113998)

Talk about a next generation platform for enslavement collars! Just don't try to put WinCE on it or you may end up like this [nationalenquirer.com] guy!

A Linux Machine For MY? Collar (1)

Dave21212 (256924) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114008)


Very clever machine, but what an unusual choice of location for such an embedded device.

What next, a computer for your ball-gag ? Or maybe running GIMP [gimp.org] on your GIMP [imdb.com] ???

Re:A Linux Machine For MY? Collar (1)

Baron_Yam (643147) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114148)

Perhaps it would seem more appropriate in the collar of a dress shirt?

Imagine, a PDA in every shirt, and a Bluetooth-enabled closet to make sure your shirts are up-to-date. Add one of those new rollable displays to the sleeve, and away you go.

So It's a PDA (0)

Abit667 (745465) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114009)

...Without the screen and other bs..I seriously think I rather have a PDA, even though I hate them to begin with. How would you interact with something like that..you'll need a screen of some type and then some kind of input, and then in the end how is that better then a PDA. It's the same hardware as well.

In other news... (1)

ChiefScientist (740631) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114016)

Geeks lend a hand in the manufacturing of "Intelligent Vibrators"

Women everywhere state that it's about time geeks put their minds to good use.

what about sweat-ers? (1)

queen of everything (695105) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114027)

What if you naturally sweat a lot? Would it short it out...or shock you? Not that a lot of us remember the last time we worked up a sweat (without watching pr0n)...but its possible, right?

Now I know what Timothy really wants (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114032)

Forget a Linux collar. What about an embedded Linux alternative to the gerbil he's so fond of? Those claws are getting to him after awhile.

Is this true????? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114035)

"If you look at the stats on slashdot something like 93% come there using windows.. another 5% on Mac and 2% on linux (roughly, don't quote me on that).. So the majority of the guys who are so "pro" linux are usually guys who have an idea about it and are still not using it, know just a little about it or have just started using it.
Seldom ddo true linux guys post there because it is usually a waste of time."

If so there is no excuse for you turds.

What about heat? (1)

GOD_ALMIGHTY (17678) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114041)

I think this thing should consume more power. At 1 watt, you're not going to get enough heat dissapation for it to double as a heat pad on the back of your neck.

And let's face it, that's really what we want, a heat pad that does Seti@Home calculations while releaving our sore muscles. Props to the first person who writes the intelligence for our new heatpads to crawl across our backs and hooks up sensors that find knots to be worked out.

It's the year 2004, where are my robotic masseuses?

Distributed Computing (1)

forsetti (158019) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114048)

So -- can I run the SETI screensaver or, even better, distcc, and send my compile jobs to the others standing around at the packed subway station?

the RIAA scenario (2, Funny)

andih8u (639841) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114053)

"yes, we searched his entire apartment and couldn't find anything but a wireless router...but we know he's sharing mp3s somehow. Kept thumbing his collar....weird kid."

What the heck (1)

superpulpsicle (533373) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114069)

If people wear the overpriced $300 iPod to go jogging, I guess this device is just the same.

Where's that firewire cable leash now.

Better yet, up one's sleave ... (1)

jrifkin (100192) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114073)

That's where all the cagey geeks will keep it.

Cooling is crucial (1)

rco3 (198978) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114117)

I realize that 200 mA is likely to be less than one watt, but that's still a significant amount of heat to emit for a device worn next to the skin.

This thing is going to make a lot of people hot under the collar.

[ducks]

yeah it is cool and all (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#8114121)

but what sort of practical applications would it have?

Grey Matter (4, Funny)

pipingguy (566974) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114131)

Is collar-top computing the Next Big Thing?

Why not? For many, it'd be the only processing power above the neck.

Collartop? (1)

thisissilly (676875) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114143)

But that means I'd have to give up all my T-shirts!

Super-office-guy!!! (4, Funny)

JawFunk (722169) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114152)

Man, if I link this to a voice recognition program for numbers and math terms, add a display in your sleeve or like a HUD inside your glasses, and I could have a voice activated calculator, and totally impress chicks and others when doing complex equations right infront of them: "Hey M, what's the total liability for the period 1972 through 1989 if we owed $6,998,973.20 calculated at a compounded interest of 6%?" "It's THREE! Wait, oh shit, DragonSpeak failed."

How do they figure this stuff out? (1)

aztektum (170569) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114157)

Under a collar? Who sat and figured that one out? What other places did they stuff it before they decided the collar was the best?

Watchdogs (1)

chopkins1 (321043) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114167)

Well, the article does talk about "real-time clock, watchdog and interval timers" so maybe it's that watchdog that needs the collar?

Good Luck (1)

sparklingfruit (736978) | more than 10 years ago | (#8114177)

Good luck trying to get through airport security...
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